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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice View Post
    Same as any rifle. If you're not reloading, you must try a box of as many brands as you can to find the ammo that rifle shoots best.
    LOL, in the case of a sporterized LE you'd spend more on ammo than the rifle is worth and still not find something that shoots well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suputin View Post
    LOL, in the case of a sporterized LE you'd spend more on ammo than the rifle is worth and still not find something that shoots well.
    The rifle was $225. It needs ammo that won't jam. I noticed that was an issue with my jungle carbine mk5
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    You want pointed rounds like Win SuperX and Federal PowrShok.
    Admit it, you're just buying brass for later

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    That must be a pretty nice sporterized LE cause last time I looked, the garden variety, chopped down MIL stock versions were worth about $50 or so.

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